Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
1978. Wilt is also one of the NBA's 50 greatest players.
|One of Wilt's records that were his when he retired was 2nd most points by a single player in a 7 Game Series in the playoffs. Who was the team he played and how many points did he score?||Wilt Chamberlain Stats
St. Louis, 270. Elgin Baylor's 7 game series record that was his when he retired was slightly higher than Wilt's record when he retired (284 Elgin's). Elgin was a Los Angeles Laker when he did this, and he did this against the Boston Celtics.
4. He repeated MVP honors 3 times in a row in the 1966-67-68 seasons. He won MVP honors with the Philadelphia Warriors.
|In the 1967-68 season, he led the league in 6 different categories. What were the categories?||Wilt Chamberlain Stats
Min,FG%,FTA,Reb,Ast,and RPG. He led the league in 6 out of 15 categories to lead in.
11. One of Wilt's records that were his when he retired, was most rebounds in a career (23,924).
23,497 FGA. In his lifetime as an NBA player, he led the league in FGA 7 times.
24.3. He led the league in rpg that year and he played for the San Francisco Warriors.
1,045. Wilt played a lot of minutes in his career. He played in 13 seasons.
30.1. The highest points he averaged for a season was an astounding 50.4 ppg.
31,419. Scoring title records that were his when he retired:
o most games with 50+ points, 118;
o most consecutive games with 40+ points, 14;
o most consecutive games with 30+ points: 65;
o most consecutive games with 20+ points: 126;
o highest rookie scoring average: 37.6 ppg; and
o highest field goal percentage in a season: .727.